Radio Raceline Cobalt Expert BMX Race Bike (19.5" TopTube) (Black/Yellow)

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Tested on the track and designed in conjunction with a team with BMX race knowledge spanning 3 decades, Radio Raceline enters the market with a well thought out and powerful line of pure bred race machines. Radio Raceline's entry level Cobalt packs an enormous amount of technology and features into what essentially will be a rider’s first race bike. Even from day one, Radio believes in giving the rider a bike which will allow them every chance to rapidly climb the ranks and on to the podium.



    Frame: 6061-T6 alloy
    Fork: Chromoly 1-1/8" Butted Steerer, hi-ten fork legs 
    Headset: FSA "NO .28" 1-1/8"  
    Stem: Radio "Cobalt" top loading stem, 50mm reach
    Bars: 24.4" Wide 5.75" Rise, 8° Back Sweep and 2° Up Sweep 
    Grips: Radio "Zig Zag" grips, 145mm long 
    Cranks: Radio "Colbalt" forged alloy 3 piece, 165mm
    Bottom Bracket: Radiio BSA Square taper, sealed
    Pedals: Radio, "Expert" platform with chromoly alxe 
    Chain: KMC Z410 1/2" x 1/8"  
    Chainring: Radio alloy, 39T freewheel
    Front Hub: Radio "Colbalt" alloy hub, fully sealed, 3/8" 28H
    Rear Hub: Radio "Colbalt" alloy hub, fully sealed, 3/8" 28H Flip Flop
    Rim: Radio "R450" rim, double walled 28H 
    Driver: ATA 15T freewheel
    Tires: Tioga "PowerBlock" 20" x 1-3/8" front and rear
    Tubes: 24" × 1.50" / 1.75" Schrader valve 
    Seat: Elevn PC Pivotal  
    Seat Post: Chase Aero Pivotal, 27.2 x 260mm 
    Seat Clamp: Chase Aero QR Alloy 31.8mm     
    Brake: Promax "MV-85" alloy brake rear 
    Lever: Promax "XL-378" alloy brake rear  
    Weight: 17.2 LBS

    Frame Specs:    
    Toptube: 19.5"      
    Headtube Angle: 73°        
    Seattube Angle: 71°               
    BB Height: 11"     
    Chainstays: 13.6"     

    WARNING: Cycling can be dangerous. Bicycles and bicycle products should be assembled and serviced by a professional mechanic. Never modify your bicycle or accessories. Read and follow all product instructions and warnings including information on the manufacturer’s website. Inspect your bicycle before every use. Always wear a helmet

This product was added to our catalog on April 28, 2020